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Social Justice

While some folks focus on the apocalyptic rather than the redemptive nature of God, biblical justice is about being sure that all God’s children have what they need for the living of their lives. […] Read More

While signs abound that many churches are in a state of decline, a way forward exists. Churches can survive and prosper in the days ahead. Here are 4 strategies that will help. […] Read More

Baptists from across the U.S. gathered in Atlanta this week at the New Baptist Covenant’s 2018 summit, committing to continue the “journey to justice” for all people. […] Read More

The events and experiences portrayed in the biblical testimony have a way of becoming metaphors for life. Even when times are distressing, the message of hope is clear: Keep singing the Lord’s song, even in a strange land. […] Read More

Social justice is a vital component of the gospel. It is not the whole gospel, but one should not divorce it from the message and ministry of the church either. Here’s why I am an advocate for social justice. […] Read More

Focusing on the state of the problems facing black America, the Angela Project Conference will be held Sept. 14-15 at St. Stephen Church in Louisville, Kentucky. […] Read More

While many Christians have a heart for the poor and are happy to give money to projects or to volunteer, not many are prepared to live among them. Here are 2 reasons why it’s imperative. […] Read More

At EthicsDaily.com, we are working extremely hard bending the arc of the moral universe toward justice. And we are seeking new partners like you to become investors in social justice. […] Read More

Our national anthem honors a damaged flag that persevered. So too our democracy – and our nation – will survive and persevere if we commit ourselves to help it more fully live up to its ideals. […] Read More

Many young people today lack a belief that things can and will get better. While they have great hopefulness for a better world, they have little confidence that things will get anything but worse. […] Read More